Originally Posted by Darryl
If Final 4 Wins are the strongest indicator of conference strength (which I don't agree with) the SEC looks very good. From 1995-2014 (20 years) here are the Final 4 wins by conference:
14 SEC (Kentucky 8, Florida 5, Arkansas 1)
12 ACC (Duke 5, North Carolina 4, Maryland 2, Georgia Tech 1)
11 Big East (UConn 6 as the 2 wins last year they were in the AAC, Syracuse 3, Louisville 2)
7 Big 10 (Michigan State 3, Indiana 1, Illinois 1, Ohio
Originally Posted by Darrell KSR
Who would you throw all your efforts into getting?
I'm going to post 9 candidates, and a 10th "Other." There are a ton of potential candidates. I am like most people, I hope this is premature and we don't have to visit this for real for a decade. But let's assume the worst, and we have to decide it now.
Who do you go guns-a-blazing for?
Choice should be realistic. I'm going to put Tom Izzo on my list, as he's been mentioned in discussions in
Originally Posted by ukpumacat
Here are 5 things I think after watching this DR game:
1. We are really damn good. I keep thinking its the competition, but now I'm starting to think we just make everyone look worse than they are. Garcia and Sosa are really good players, and they looked like High Schoolers today.
2. Karl Towns will never, ever play the 3. That needs to be let go right now. He is a big, with great post moves who can shoot. Sam Perkins is actually not the worst comparison for
Originally Posted by Philly Cat
This is the video of his acceptance speech.
"This is not a one-man sport. This is a five-man sport." Cal couldn't have said it better.
Originally Posted by LonnyDemaree
I would think that all smart minds about UK football would say that linebacker is the position most in question. Granted Mark Stoop is recruiting at a much higher level than before seen at Kentucky but experience is a must for the young players to excel. As I previously alluded to in a previous article the ideal situation would be to leave these youngster in the oven a little longer before using them. With freshman the first year they find out what to do; the second year they have to learn how to